Diomansy Kamara has again pledged his future to Fulham – a day after scoring his first league goal in five months as the Whites saw off Hull City at Craven Cottage.
The Senegalese international scored a crucial second that killed off Hull last night and helped propel Roy Hodgson’s side to 12th in the Premier League. Kamara’s goal last night was his first in the Premier League since his winner at St. James’ Park assisted Fulham in cementing a spot in Europe and effectively left Newcastle marooned in the relegation zone.
There was speculation in the summer that Kamara might end up at Newcastle, Celtic or another number of French clubs but he concluded that staying at Fulham under Hodgson was the best choice for his career.
I’m happy at Craven Cottage. There was some speculation in the summer that some teams wanted me. I spoke with my agent, not about Newcastle, but some teams in France because I’ve never played in Ligue 1.
I’m happy at Fulham. I have two more years left [on my contract], so we’ll see what happens at the end of the season.